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Chicago Metallic's Custom Metal Ceilings Help Designers Turn Dreams Into Reality

(Chicago) -- Blending multiple systems, sizes, configurations and finishes, Chicago Metallic® Corporation helps design teams define one-of-a-kind spaces that reflect the occupants’ brand and tastes.

“From traditional to contemporary, we can help you achieve nearly any look you desire. What others find challenging, we excel at solving,” says Edward Williams, an IIDA affiliate, who serves as Chicago Metallic’s business unit manager, metal ceilings. “We offer the industry’s broadest palette of colors and finishes. We know the importance of maintaining a uniform aesthetic from one ceiling component to another.”

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Drawing from more than 100 years of experience, the company offers nearly limitless possibilities. Along with developing completely custom products, Chicago Metallic assists customers in modifying standard products to suit their particular applications. Williams explains, “We apply our knowledge and capabilities to make an existing product in a new way. We even build this custom capability right into standard products like CurvGrid and Infinity engineered perimeter trim, where every project is made-to-order. We let the architect determine the shape and we size, form and finish to meet their need.”

Williams continues, “Working closely with installing contractors, we alleviate the worry and deliver on our promises for a successful installation. The earlier we are involved in the design discussion, the more easily we can help bring your vision to reality within the project’s scope.”

Supporting custom ceiling designs, Chicago Metallic can assist with:
* Forming and finishing panels to create distinctive designs
* Developing full-scale mock-ups
* Applying perforated metals for sound control
* Complying with performance requirements and codes
* Creating suspension systems for ease of installation, maintenance and access to building systems

To learn more about Chicago Metallic’s custom ceilings and read project success stories, please visit www.chicagometallic.comwww.chicagometallic.com.
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